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'Close to Treason’ DHS Sec. Kelly Calls Out Intel Leaks

Homeland Security Sec. John Kelly tells Chuck Todd on Meet the Press that it’s “totally unacceptable” for intelligence to be leaked, after details of the U.K.'s investigation into the Manchester bombing were published by American news outlets.

Jared Kushner’s Growing Stench of Treason

Nobody knows yet whether the president's son-in-law broke any laws. But "traitor" is more than just a legal term.

Judge Overturns Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo's Life Sentences

Judge Raymond Jackson cited the Supreme Court rule of 2012, which states that juveniles cannot be given life sentences, while overturning the original verdict in Malvo's case.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ‘refuses to hold Ramadan event’ in break with tradition

Donald Trump’s Secretary of State has refused to host an event to mark Islam’s holy month of Ramadan, seemingly breaking with a long bipartisan tradition. Since 1999, Republican and Democratic secretaries of state have nearly always hosted either the reception or an iftar dinner to break the day’s...

Congo militiamen free one French, three Congolese mine workers

PARIS/KINSHASA (Reuters) - Militiamen have a freed French national and three Congolese who were kidnapped in March during an attack on Banro Corp's Namoya gold mine in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the Interior Ministry said on Sunday. "The president of the republic welcomes the...

Bodies of Indian climbers who died on Everest recovered

Rescuers have retrieved the body of an Indian climber who died on Mount Everest and airlifted it to Kathmandu on Sunday, along with those of two others who perished last year. Ravi Kumar, 27, died this month after summiting the world's highest mountain and becoming separated from his guide...

Young Boy Thrown Off Slide At Dublin's New Water Park

The water slide that was responsible for the accident, the Emerald Plunge, was shut down and is being reevaluated for possible construction flaws.

Pilot's remains back on US soil from Vietnam after 52 years

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Deborah Crosby touched her father's flag-draped casket as her three brothers hugged her in a tearful embrace on the tarmac at the San Diego airport Friday — ending a more than half century search to find and bring home the remains of Lt. Cmdr. Frederick P. Crosby, shot down as...

Full Interview: Mitch Landrieu On Removing Confederate Monuments

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu discusses his decision to remove Confederate monuments from the city in an exclusive interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd.

Police reveal photos of Manchester bomber on night of attack

Police on Saturday released security camera images of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi on the night he massacred 22 people at a pop concert. The photographs taken from CCTV footage show a bespectacled Abedi, who has a small moustache, in trainers, jeans, black sleeves, a black cap and a...

Yahoo hacking suspect appeals denial of bail in Canada

A Canadian suspected of involvement in a massive 2014 breach of Yahoo email accounts linked to Russia is appealing a decision to hold him in custody pending an extradition hearing, the man's lawyer said on Friday. A bail appeal hearing for Karim Baratov is scheduled for June 5, attorney...

James Comey 'knew key Clinton intelligence was fake' and acted on it anyway

A central piece of intelligence in the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server was fake – and FBI Director James Comey acted on it anyway, CNN reports. The Washington Post reported last week that the FBI had obtained intelligence alleging then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch...

Thousands protest against Moscow housing resettlement, but numbers fall

Thousands of Muscovites protested in the south-west of the Russian capital on Sunday against government plans to resettle millions of citizens from shoddy Soviet-era apartment blocks, but numbers had fallen compared to earlier rallies. A Reuters witness said around 5,000 people attended the latest...

Soccer, West Point graduation, Kashmiri protests and more — it happened today: May 27 in pictures

Celtic's Tomas Rogic celebrates scoring, graduates of the United States Military Academy toss their hats and more of today’s news from around the world in pictures.

Ramadan in Libya: little cash and too much violence

The holy Muslim month of Ramadan began Saturday with a bitter taste for residents of Libya's capital, as a cash shortage bites, prices rise and deadly clashes returned to Tripoli. During Ramadan, Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and having sex from dawn to dusk....

Portland 'murders': Muslim-led campaign raises $165,000 for families of stabbing attack victims

Muslim communities have spearheaded a fundraising effort for the victims and their families who were affected by a stabbing on a train in Portland. Two men were killed and a third was injured after they tried to protect two women being verbally assaulted on a train by suspect Jeremy Christian....

Karl: Sources close to president say it may be time for Kushner to take leave of absence

ABC News' Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl and Senior Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas report on the Russia investigation and latest developments about Jared Kushner.

Mortuary chief 'proud' of how Glenn's remains were treated

DOVER, Del. (AP) — As Air Force officials investigate allegations that inspectors were invited to view the remains of astronaut and former U.S. Sen. John Glenn at Dover Air Force Base, a military mortuary chief said Friday that Glenn's remains were treated with "impeccable care."

Australian trafficker Corby back home amid media storm

Australian Schapelle Corby returned home Sunday following her deportation from Bali 12 years after her conviction for drug trafficking, as she battled through a media storm in a dramatic end to a saga that captivated her homeland. Corby and her sister Mercedes avoided cameras when she touched down...

After summits with Trump, Merkel says Europe must take fate into own hands

MUNICH (Reuters) - Europe can no longer completely rely on its allies, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday, pointing to bruising meetings of G7 wealthy nations and NATO last week. Merkel did not mention by name U.S. President Donald Trump, who criticized major NATO allies and refused...

Bodies of civilians dumped near Philippines city besieged by Islamists

By Tom Allard MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Bodies of what appeared to be executed civilians were found in a ravine outside a besieged Philippine city on Sunday as a six-day occupation by Islamist rebels fending off a military onslaught took a more sinister turn. The eight dead, most of...

Why The Price Of Oil Is Falling

Crude oil's rally came to an end this week on fears that too much oil will continue to be a problem.

General de Gaulle's grave vandalised, say French police

The grave of General Charles de Gaulle, France's World War II hero and post-war president, was vandalised on Saturday, police said. De Gaulle led the Free French Forces in London from 1940-44 and reshaped the country's political landscape after the war, founding the Fifth Republic in...

Sputnik's White House correspondent quits, claiming they would rather have 'propagandists' than 'real journalists'

Sputnik’s White House correspondent, Andrew Feinberg, has quit the Russian-state news organisation, claiming they would rather have “propagandists” than “real journalists”. Mr Feinberg, has taken to social media to give full details about his reasoning for resigning and has claimed he was forced...

8 Moms-To-Be Who Fell Pregnant During Devastating Hurricane Matthew Gather For Photo Shoot

"There is beauty everywhere, even after the darkest of storms," their photographer said.

Friends recall only nurse killed by hostile fire in Vietnam

CLEVELAND (AP) — Minutes before 6 a.m., Army nurse Martha Green woke with a jolt to a thunderous explosion half a mile away. It was the steamy morning of June 8, 1969, and she was in her bed at Chu Lai base at the height of the Vietnam War.

One dead in cargo plane crash near Mount Everest

A cargo plane crashed Saturday as it was trying to land at a small airport near Mount Everest, killing the pilot and seriously injuring the two other crew members on board, officials said. All three crew members were pulled alive from the wreckage of the plane, which broke into three pieces when...

Mother charged with involuntary manslaughter after accidentally smothering son as she slept

A mother has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after she allegedly smothered her child while they slept next to each other. Arissa Ward, 23, called police in Middleton, Pennsylvania, on 30 December last year after finding her infant son unresponsive on the couch next to her where they had...

2nd suspect apprehended after Santa Monica home invasion leaves 2 men hospitalized

A second suspect was arrested after a bloody home-invasion robbery in Santa Monica that left a father and his adult son hospitalized early Friday evening.

G7 leaders divided on climate change, closer on trade issues

By John Irish and Crispian Balmer TAORMINA, Italy (Reuters) - Under pressure from Group of Seven allies, U.S. President Donald Trump backed a pledge to fight protectionism on Saturday, but refused to endorse a global climate change accord, saying he needed more time to decide. The summit of G7...

UK lowers attack threat level as police close in on bomber's network

By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - British intelligence experts no longer believe another attack is imminent as significant progress has been made by police investigating the suicide bomb attack on a pop concert in Manchester, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Saturday. Police hunting a...

Palestinians end mass hunger strike in Israel jails

Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails on hunger strike since April 17 have ended their mass protest after Israel agreed a deal following weeks of refusing to negotiate, sources on both sides said on Saturday. Some 30 of the more than 800 hunger strikers had been hospitalised in recent...

Several teachers disciplined after student given 'most likely to become a terrorist' award

Lizeth Villanueva, a 13-year-old from the Anthony Aguirre Junior High school in Texas, was handed the certificate one day after the Manchester attack. Ena Hernandez, Lizeth’s mother, said she was upset by prize, especially considering the timing. “I was upset and very mad when I saw the award,”...

Report: After Pulse massacre, police training needs changes

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — As a law enforcement foundation reviews how the Orlando Police Department responded to a 2016 mass shooting at a gay nightclub, the organization's staffers say in a paper that police training and protocols may need to change.

Cable companies need to be scared, because cord cutting is here to stay

For a few years, cable companies saw cordcutting as another millenial fad that would go the way of the hoverboard. But Netflix's dramatic growth was just the start. Changes in viewing habits are driving a seismic change in the attitude towards cable bundles, and more people than ever are...

Chicago police beef up force to prevent Memorial Day shootings

Chicago on Friday was bracing for the Memorial Day weekend by deploying an extra 1,300 police officers, hoping to prevent a repeat of last year's deadly street violence. It came in a year in which Chicago experienced the highest number of shootings in nearly 20 years, with approximately 4,300...

Double Up on Sun Safety

Consumer Reports has no relationship with any advertisers on this website. Here comes summer—and along with it, poolside parties and beach vacations. If you plan on taking refuge from the sun's U...

The Latest: Syria said to be aim of reported back channel

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on developments involving possible connections between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign (all times local):

South Korea says contact resumed with vessel off Somalia, crew safe

South Korea said on Saturday it has resumed contact with a distressed fishing vessel that feared it was being followed by a suspected pirate vessel off the waters of Somalia, and that the 3 Koreans and 18 Indonesians on board were safe. The South Korean military had dispatched its anti-piracy...

Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in Mosul

Iraqi forces have launched a broad assault on parts of battleground second city Mosul still held by the Islamic State group, the military announced on Saturday. The offensive is the latest push in the more than seven-month battle to retake Mosul, a linchpin in IS's now crumbling attempt to...

Texas Governor Greg Abbot sparks criticism for joke about shooting a journalist

A photo of the moment, published by the Texas Tribune, showed the grinning first-term Republican governor pointing to the centre of the paper target, where three rounds had pierced the bull's eye circle. Both said the incident was especially troubling as it came amid increasingly hostile...

Meet the Overly Enthusiastic 'Price is Right' Contestant Who Just Broke the Plinko Record

Ryan Belz even led a chant of his own name while dropping discs for the show's most popular game.

Chipotle Reports 'Most' Of Its Restaurants Were Infected With Malware That Stole Credit Cards

Chipotle revealed Friday that most of its locations were hit by a credit card breach malware that stole information from customer credit cards.

Five decapitated bodies found in Mexico's Veracruz state

Mexican police found on Friday the decapitated bodies of five people with apparent signs of torture in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz, which has long been ravaged by drug smugglers and human traffickers. A photo of the crime scene where the bodies were dumped in the township of Juan Rodriguez...

Myanmar's hardline monks gather despite ban

Hundreds of monks and supporters of Myanmar's ultra-nationalist Ma Ba Tha movement gathered in a Yangon monastery Saturday, in a defiant meeting days after Buddhist authorities banned their network, which has been accused of stoking Islamophobia. The monk-led movement grew in strength under...

Complaint raises questions about Kentucky governor, mansion

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The head of a Kentucky government watchdog group said Friday he's seeking an investigation into Gov. Matt Bevin's connection to a Louisville-area mansion that sold for nearly a million dollars below market value.

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